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Parkside 20V Cordless Vehicle Impact Wrench - £59.99 instore @ LIDL
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Parkside 20V Cordless Vehicle Impact Wrench - £59.99 instore @ LIDL

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Posted 18th Sep 2019Available: National

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Comes with 4ah battery & charger (costs £35). (Draper etc) rebadged versions sells at much higher price.

  • Powerful impact wrench for fitting car wheels
  • 5 torque levels: 100, 150, 200, 300 and 400Nm
  • 80-minute fast charger with automatic charge switch-off
  • 20V Li-Ion battery (4Ah) – compatible with all tools in the Parkside X 20V Team series
  • Includes 4 socket wrenches (17, 19, 21 and 23mm)
  • Max. torque: 400Nm
  • No-load rotation speed: 0–2,300rpm
  • Impact rate: n0 0–3,000rpm
  • Square drive: ½"


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DoHS18/09/2019 21:22

torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, …torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, 150.... how would you tweak that discrepancy then?


You shouldn't rely on this to accurately torque bolts up to a set figure instead you should use a torque wrench. The figures quoted here are more for telling you what torque this can go to to undo bolts etc
Edited by: "will75" 18th Sep 2019
spannerzone19/09/2019 08:15

I get having a torque driver for screwing screws and bolts for DIY but …I get having a torque driver for screwing screws and bolts for DIY but agree, I can't see much use for a vehicle socketed version... how often are people changing wheels?!I'm sure these things just encourage people to screw in the bolts so tight they never come out, or snap and as for using a torque meter to check, well if the likes of Kwikfit can't be arsed I doubt Job public will


Obviously It's not just wheels. Though, as most people now take their car to the dealer to change a pair of wiper blades, I can see where the misunderstanding occurs.
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Well done! Been waiting for this for ages. Shame they force you to buy with the battery and charger though as a lot of us already have them. But still a good deal
True. @will75 at least 4ah battery is lot more useful than a standard 2ah battery.

Rest of the car essentials
lidl.co.uk/en/…r=2
Edited by: "suniil" 18th Sep 2019
Amazing spec for the price. With the different torque setting this will be ideal for building work as well. Brilliant for decking that require long coach screws and fixing bolts in concrete.
YES YES YES ! Finally ..... hopefully our feedback earlier this year swayed them.
Awesome, that must be a GB deal, we don't have them in norn iron
Think this will struggle on anything over 200nm (which is enough for most bolts) as is the case with most cheap impact drivers/wrenches but with the different torque settings I'll probably try to get one anyway.
Not out till 26th sept
Finally!!!!

Correct me if I'm wrong, but this looks like it's essentially a clone of the 20v draper stormforce?

Draper
Edited by: "dannyjones106" 18th Sep 2019
Still in limbo on these. Everything short of the dewalt dcf 899 seems to struggle in all the videos I've seen. Removing a just torqued up wheel bolt is a different story to removing one that's been in for 2 years.
Good find Thanks
dannyjones10618/09/2019 11:39

Finally!!!!Correct me if I'm wrong, but this looks like it's essentially a …Finally!!!!Correct me if I'm wrong, but this looks like it's essentially a clone of the 20v draper stormforce?Draper


Alright, you’re wrong.
titch0418/09/2019 11:28

Not out till 26th sept


Where does it state that?
1616french18/09/2019 12:32

Where does it state that?


Online in the middle of lidl section
can anyone confirm the start date?
dannyjones10618/09/2019 11:52

What's the difference?


Same tool different colour, draper one is more expensive around £66 for just tool body can be modified to use parkside batteries
Parkside one is cheaper comes with a case, battery, charger, a few sockets
bower12345618/09/2019 13:10

can anyone confirm the start date?


Lidl app shows Thursday 26th of September
I just use my drill driver with an adapter
SimonSpencer18/09/2019 11:44

Still in limbo on these. Everything short of the dewalt dcf 899 seems to …Still in limbo on these. Everything short of the dewalt dcf 899 seems to struggle in all the videos I've seen. Removing a just torqued up wheel bolt is a different story to removing one that's been in for 2 years.


Agreed.. I have the DeWalt DCF899 and it's an awesome bit of kit. Perhaps a bit too powerful Not come across a bolt it wouldn't undo yet and this is in the FLT game.
Do they have ratchet sets instore?
i had the corded version of this and it wasnt very good. 320nM was the wheel nut loosening torque spec!
thankfully my neighbour had a Mac gun which undid the tightened wheel bolts.

Edit - i see the new corded version is now at 500nM!
Edited by: "salsheikh" 18th Sep 2019
salsheikh18/09/2019 13:49

i had the corded version of this and it wasnt very good. 320nM was the …i had the corded version of this and it wasnt very good. 320nM was the wheel nut loosening torque spec!thankfully my neighbour had a Mac gun which undid the tightened wheel bolts.Edit - i see the new corded version is now at 500nM!


where did you see that?
salsheikh18/09/2019 13:49

i had the corded version of this and it wasnt very good. 320nM was the …i had the corded version of this and it wasnt very good. 320nM was the wheel nut loosening torque spec!thankfully my neighbour had a Mac gun which undid the tightened wheel bolts.Edit - i see the new corded version is now at 500nM!


Poor old Newton, being denied his capital letter in Nms!
torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, 150.... how would you tweak that discrepancy then?
I've got one of these. Wouldn't remove a single wheel nut on the car. Useless but for the money worth a punt.
Some videos ...







DoHS18/09/2019 21:22

torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, …torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, 150.... how would you tweak that discrepancy then?


You shouldn't rely on this to accurately torque bolts up to a set figure instead you should use a torque wrench. The figures quoted here are more for telling you what torque this can go to to undo bolts etc
Edited by: "will75" 18th Sep 2019
I've had unsatisfactory life from previous electrical goods purchased in the middle aisle, so there is no way I would consider buying this.
DoHS18/09/2019 21:22

torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, …torque setting for vw wheel bolts is 120nM. setting on this wrench 100, 150.... how would you tweak that discrepancy then?


With a calibrated torque wrench.

Unless it's your job and you're self employed I struggle to understand why anyone would want tools like this taking up space for the 99.9% of the year they don't need it
Awww yisss been waiting a while for one of these!
jumpinoffthbed19/09/2019 00:16

With a calibrated torque wrench.Unless it's your job and you're self …With a calibrated torque wrench.Unless it's your job and you're self employed I struggle to understand why anyone would want tools like this taking up space for the 99.9% of the year they don't need it


I get having a torque driver for screwing screws and bolts for DIY but agree, I can't see much use for a vehicle socketed version... how often are people changing wheels?!
I'm sure these things just encourage people to screw in the bolts so tight they never come out, or snap and as for using a torque meter to check, well if the likes of Kwikfit can't be arsed I doubt Job public will
Edited by: "spannerzone" 19th Sep 2019
spannerzone19/09/2019 08:15

I get having a torque driver for screwing screws and bolts for DIY but …I get having a torque driver for screwing screws and bolts for DIY but agree, I can't see much use for a vehicle socketed version... how often are people changing wheels?!I'm sure these things just encourage people to screw in the bolts so tight they never come out, or snap and as for using a torque meter to check, well if the likes of Kwikfit can't be arsed I doubt Job public will


Obviously It's not just wheels. Though, as most people now take their car to the dealer to change a pair of wiper blades, I can see where the misunderstanding occurs.
SimonSpencer19/09/2019 08:32

Obviously It's not just wheels. Though, as most people now take their car …Obviously It's not just wheels. Though, as most people now take their car to the dealer to change a pair of wiper blades, I can see where the misunderstanding occurs.


I suppose so, I guess home mechanics might find it useful of which I think there are quite a few on here judging by the comments. I'd just have thought it a bit too aggressive for a lot of bolts though.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 19th Sep 2019
spannerzone19/09/2019 08:15

!I'm sure these things just encourage people to screw in the bolts so …!I'm sure these things just encourage people to screw in the bolts so tight they never come out,


I've really always considered these things were intended for undoing rather than fastening. When ever I have used one for car wheels, when it came to putting them back on I only ever gave them a few quick blips with this to get them on their way then did the actually tightening by hand.
jumpinoffthbed19/09/2019 00:16

With a calibrated torque wrench.Unless it's your job and you're self …With a calibrated torque wrench.Unless it's your job and you're self employed I struggle to understand why anyone would want tools like this taking up space for the 99.9% of the year they don't need it



Some of us, who know our ways around cars/bikes/trucks actually like this kind of thing, some even create extra space just to store these types of goodies.
Great price Heat added
SimonSpencer19/09/2019 08:32

Obviously It's not just wheels. Though, as most people now take their car …Obviously It's not just wheels. Though, as most people now take their car to the dealer to change a pair of wiper blades, I can see where the misunderstanding occurs.


I do most of my own maintenance and diy, did my disks and pads the other wk for instance, the only thing I on a car I can think of this would save me much time for is the wheel nuts and as I said I have an adapter for my drill driver for that. It won't fit into most spaces and a ratchet spanner is pretty quick so for me it's overkill, if I ever decide to erect a barn I'll get one tho lol
jumpinoffthbed19/09/2019 13:55

I do most of my own maintenance and diy, did my disks and pads the other …I do most of my own maintenance and diy, did my disks and pads the other wk for instance, the only thing I on a car I can think of this would save me much time for is the wheel nuts and as I said I have an adapter for my drill driver for that. It won't fit into most spaces and a ratchet spanner is pretty quick so for me it's overkill, if I ever decide to erect a barn I'll get one tho lol


Where as I and a lot of my friends have been building and modifying cars and bikes for the last 20 years and have used/needed one countless times. Thankfully I have access to borrow a good one.
Can't wait to shear off all the rusty bolts on my mini when I buy one next week
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